The Best Overland Travel Adventures
Overland Travel is about many things, like meeting local people and rough camping. But among the best overland adventures are unforgettable road trips. Whether that is driving the Transamazônica in Brazil, cruising Colombia’s epic roads, or enjoying other legit road trips in South America.
More on Road Travel in this section.
Only partly prepared we head for the Siberian Winter that starts early October. Driving in snow and on ice became part of the routine.
Our 600 Days of travel in Brazil have included a couple of fantastic road trips that we would like to share with you…
Two weeks of Gobi Desert: vast and empty but with fascinating landscapes and hidden ‘treats’, a monastery and rock carvings.
After one week in Vladivostok, everything fell into place to start a new phase of our journey with an off-road adventure in Russia.
Photos of an off-road adventure in Brazil where we drive through shifting sands of dunes and beaches, and cross rivers on rickety, hand-powered ferries.
After an hour of fruitless trying piranhas were suddenly flying into the boat. We had hit a school of them and reeled in one after the other. Pablo carefully removed … Read more
Ship your vehicle (or rent a car) and explore some of the best road trips in South America. Here are our 9 favorites.
With the Andes Mountains stretching from the far north of Venezuela all the way down to South America’s southernmost point in Argentina, covering seven countries and 4,300 miles in the … Read more
For those who love off-roading to the back of beyond, add Pauji to your list of road trips in Venezuela.
Crossing Los Llanos in Colombia in a spectacular 6-day road trip.
Colombia has a zillion opportunities to drive away from the Pan Americana and explore the countryside. Here are our favorite road trips.
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Roughing it in Chile’s most northern desert, on the altiplano. How can that not be a privilege?
Is the World’s Most Dangerous Road Still that Dangerous?
Thousands of kilometers of unpaved road through the Brazilian Amazon: join us on the Transamazônica!
When we tell Brazilians we are going to drive the BR319 their eyes open wide and they look at us with respect. “You’re sure you want to do that?”
Part 2 of Off-Road in Brazil: fixing the spare tank, driving rally terrain, hitting the start of the rainy season.
From the coast to Fazenda Lajedo de Pai Mateus: Sertão, caatinga, farms, cacti and palma, and friendly, helpful people.
Driving through the Amazon during rain has its challenges: tarantula’s, midgets, mosquitoes and dengue.
Traversing one of South America’s most stunning regions: La Reserva Nacional de Fauna Andina Eduardo Avaroa.